Q: What does a Process Server do?
A: Serves legal paperwork (as well as letters) and/or files court documents.
Q: Do I need a process server?
A: If a court requires personal service, a person should hire a process server rather than trying to have a friend or family member serve. There are certain procedural rules that must be followed in order to have proper service and certain information that must be stated in the affidavit of service.
Q: How much does it cost to get papers served?
A: Please view our pricing page for our current pricing structure.
Q: What is substituted service?
A: Service on a person of suitable age and discretion at the resident or place of business followed up with a mailing
Q: Can service be made by mail?
A: In some cases where the court allows or if service cannot be made in hand or upon a person of suitable age and discretion after three attempts.
Q: Can an agent accept service of process?
A: An agent can accept service on behalf of a business or service can be made on the Secretary of State as the agent of a NY corp - only for cases venued in NYS
Q: Can service of process be provided on Holidays?
A: We cannot serve on Sundays or religious holidays